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I will ijr 2 fr old. 1 11 -'ash "'r "
thousand bushels of corn In car.
I eC'-lVi' tU K. RUNAWAY.
Col. J. D. Ozicr of Henderson, culled
mJUVW. v9Anx tlji week.
llrcuit .CJpurt Is. to 'coiniiiinc on Stem
But little titt'ldiug ls going on at reg
5 ent in lh city , and best, of carpentere are
f ainictet with "the blues." :
Th harvest of wheat U prOre.-,dii"; in
tills county. The grain U good ; but lit
i thtXQirnf ef it lnjored by"rst.'
The Sunday Seliool of the Kpiscoiraliau
Chnrchof UiIh city will have h iclchra
tion to-morrow, with procession ami
BassJJaix. The Bolivar and ."arkoii
Bane Ball tluhe will ilay n match jjaine
on North Market etreet, in this city, on
nxt Momta at 2 o'clock r. m. ? ' .
; , ....
, Conlf.t'b I'rkrkrvino Ft.tu, lo you
isant eebncniy i'ld eonvciiirnce botli 5
:Tou can combine them by the use of Cou-
ley Prescrvlns Fluid." ' ' .'" tf
During the week a party of Italian imi
Mctana have iieen -res; aling our citicns
by tuusdtf of viollu uil liarji. The lunelc
wad rather more sweet than the average
street music of wandering itiinMlret.
' ijuite a number of oiirj itl.ens arc !u
terestd In the rearing of fine bovine
.atock, au.1 wa understand several hi;;ldy
fttnu-dng calf-chrlsteniii;e, hnv occurred
j g bi-r-Jibout f ;ite.4 '. f - ; ,
One of the ayes of Maj. J:. It. Hurt, on
which there was a cancer, was taken out
l;i, week by surgeons" of our city; and
it given s pleasure to say that the Major
fstvoil the shock Of the operation well, and
jtliat he is now easy. ,'. , '
.The doo Iks of Madison county having
a good when, crop, which prevailed some
time since, since the late rains have leen
dlsiiipr.ted, and now our farmers seem to
" be la good spirits, i We arff heartilr glad
'of it. J s - -' -
f'- It 1st eaid that Mr. John Carr, an en-'i
neer, well known in thU city, was recent
ly massacred by Indian in the. Black
JlilU country, j This -ud tutellimu'e, it
seems, came to hiit friends tin i- iIi a let
ter to Mr. Nath; Garlceu, an cinnlovre uf
the New Orleans. St." Louis and li.'i iu'o
Kali road, and Is regardwl reliable.
I.teiiextt Striata grass, tlie ocd of
Which can 1 gotten- from Virginia and
Xorth Carolina, is excellent for cattle
and 4iores n well as hheep, anil wiil ef
fectually run out and destroy cdge grass.
It grows well u the Hret land. Tlie
farmer of Madison county, many of
whom have sedge patches ou their farms,
would do Well to try this grass.
Having lei'i appointed Trustde of J. S.
Chile?, I aiu irow offering his immense
clock of Boots, Mioes, Huts and Trunks
bft'ow cost. TheyVtitist be sold call at
bis old stand, ou Main street, and you
will get a barren.
JiOKACE W. TOM MX,
Jfay 27-3t. Trustee.
The rumor flying In the early part of
the week, that Dr. J. W. Arnold, of this
city, had had his hair "lifted" by Indians
In tti4 Black Hills, country, turns out, it
gave us pleasure to learn, to le false. He
Is safe "within the lines," will stop at
Denver City ami St. Ixmis, ami may re
tiirn to Jackson within the next two
weeks, tor which effect he has lit tun a
letter to Dr. Pendleton.
A lar stock of I.lnen Collars and
CuSs for ladles and gentlemen, cheap lor
cash, at NEIL 1'. ANDERSON'S.
Tho Piirkman Place.
BT virtue of dwTM lit ChiM-wr. I m mithnrirtf l
ant ool lor tb yr lhl Ucn'Jtil pluce.
" II conttii lxut thirljr teres of 1tl, twelve t which
r HeariS. MrruiHld hja Cuoi lt' .' The Inline N
ib,iantbl mkI xhI ct!iditli, iiI rmifortel'Ir In
, rer re. pert. rrtlecn apply to me at the uflW
r lh Clerk ami Hauler.
. rr - .- - -t n,T. TVISWM. Re-c!ver.
'Linen Suitings, Irish Linens, Linen
Lawns, BUuoj. Iwns, Victoria Lawns,
IMain, Hem, Stitched ami Bordered Hand
kerchiefs, Swisses, Tarletans, Nansook,
Towels, Etc. Etc., cheaper than ever le
Irs known for cash, at
-r NEIL. P. ANDERSON'S.
' l, i'Below Cost.
' The Immense stwk of Boots. Shoes,
Itatsand Trunks of J. S. Chiles ure now
being sold out below cost and manufactu
rer's prices. Call nt once anil you w ill
get a bargain.
6 HORACE W. TOMLIN,
M uy 27-3t Trustee.
The Klng-of bhlrts is the lest sliiit
made. Price oul rL5. For sale by
NEIL P. ANDERSON.
Fok Sai.k. Au elegant and bran new
piano for sale, at a bargain. Inquire of
J. O. Cisco, or B. J. L-, at this offlce.
Daniel Hartman, of Cairo, mi-
nois, is a large importer and dealer in
China, Glass and Quecnsware, Ix-oking
filasses, and House Furnishing goods.
He has one of the largest nrid finest as
sortment of goods In hiH lino io be found
in this country, n"d having been trnin
id in t his branch of trade, he knows how
to lav iu a stock that cannot fail to give
Kaiisiaclion. He proposes to duplicate
bills from any otljer city la the United
States, and, knowing him as we do, we
can most cordially. recommend him as a
reliahie gentleman. His business house
Won OUi street, bctweea Washington
ami Commercial avenues. ap 12-3m.
Those Blue Flannel Suits arc the Im -t
for Spring and Summer wear for gentle
men, for sale by Neil P. Anderson.
men, lor sale oy
Chronic JMseaseu Cured
U V IK. ttl'I'TZ.
He Is located In Cairo, Illinois, ami is
located In Cairo, Illinois
still calling on-you to be hcaie.i. v n
will you diaot obi chronic diseases, when
you can be uured with - ao li;tle cost or
monev. Do not give it up yet, for there
"I atill balm iu Gilead. Cairo is the
jdace to come to be cured of all your aches
anil pains. ,
1 am now preparer! at my office to give
medicated baths, and persous w ishing to
receive such, will eall at my ollicc on Mh
street, No. 22, from the hours of 2 p. in. to
Dp. in. Also plain baths, hot baths,
warm baths, cold baths, or vapor baths.
Also persons having the consumption or
weak lung, and wishing to receive med
icines bv inhalation, can recrive the
treatment at my oflice, this bring the on
ly true way of getting medicine direct to
the lungs. Also I treat diseases of the
eyes of years standing, ami the blind ha
been made to see by my treatment. All
(liseKsesr.f the skin I cure. Fistula cured
by me without the use of the knife. If
you have a cancer, come and le cured.
All private discaws, In the shortest time,
cured by me. In short, for all chronic
diseases of the human system, go to Dr.
Hulti if you wish to be cured I com
pound and prepare all my medicines at
my oflice. It Is said that practice makes
perfect. I have been thirty years a prac
All letters and communications shall
. lie confidential, and promptly attended to
by me. Direct to Dr. Hi i.t.,
No. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, 111.
I. Female lMf itnte. -
Tin: examination of classes of the
Memphis f 'oiifcrcu) a lemalr Intitnt;
Is-gau la.-t Monday, and couliiinnl thro'
the w:ek until Thursday. The p.i, i,i,s
Hall was crowded from day to dav with
siKM talors eager to witness the exercis.
It la useless for ii tu try to speak of
varlotis clas. es separately except a few
that struck us as being (if Krsiblr;
somewhat more thorough and more fluent
than the rest. The present examina
tion con-i-ted of the Preparatory, under
the tutelage of Mrs. Hays, to the advanc
ed Senior Class. Mrs. Hay' class could
not do better. We were particularly
struck with ' her classes In Spelling and
Geography; they spelled words that
might have been puzlcs iu some of our
grown-up siielliiij; matches. We v. ere
also highly eutcrUiiiwl by tlte junior
cl-ns in Latin, taught by that vary profi
cient teacher Dr.- James. T. Jones; thry
showed by their parsing and declensions
that they in,,) Ix-cn started iu the right
course. On Thursday we enjoyed quite
a fea.-t In listening to the examination of
the. advanced Senior Class In Trigonome
try. We never saw young ladies aojuit
themselves U tter. Their proMcms were
written ou cards and arranged by Prof.
A. B. Jones, their teacher, promiscuously
on a table each pupil taking the lirft
she picked i.p Not a siugle failure was
made, every tiucstiou lieing answered,
every problem solved. 1'rof. Jones is the
tight man iu the right place. Tlie last
class examined was that In Logic, in
cuargo of Mrs. BoIh. To say that it did
well would but faintly express our opin
ion. They : did "spl,;ndidlr, sjx-jikiiig
loudly and distinctly, showing that they
had a twacher who knew what school
girlt could do.
Wa shall not neglect to speak of the
lulercsting Krnoit !, -luuki tU.
tutorage of Miss Mollie Slater, ho 1 a
most excellent teacher speaks French
as ilnently as u native, and has m taught
her classes that they ap)M ar entiicly.i-on-
vcrsant with th.it beautiful language.
Very siiM'.rior specimen of penman
ship from every inetnlM-r of the school,
except the graduating das. Peuuiau
ship is under ecial charge of Mrs.
Rosalie Bo bo. The class in Logic acijuit
ted theinseives with so much eclat that
they were lotidlv applauded when they
had tinished their examination. One of
Miss Slater's- French , classes deserves
special commendation for marked proti-
Ciency, having commenced the study of
the language as late as last .Senteiiitter.
'lass iu Astronomy reclteil in (sur-h man
ner as to win laurels for themselves and
The audience, wen; charmed with the
good conduct of the pupil during the
entire exercise-, shoving how thoroughly
they had been drilled during the term.
The classes Iu Music, under Professor
L. F. Whittaker, assisted by MIssei Sallie
N. ('regg and Annie Ransom, showed
great pi oticiciu-jvauU Uiuix practice from
time to time during the present week's
exainiiiatioii gaya great pleasure to the
The cx iiuin ilioii touched all the class
es lu the school, from thir- lower to the
higher departments. Conin-tciil judges
speak ii; the ,vciy highest terms of the
proficiency of both leat hers ami rcholars.
It is unnecessary for im to d well upon the
examination of this Institution. L'acli
Annual Examination ha, developed the
imimrtant fact that the school is based
upon thorough analytical educational
principles, in which the ili-pl v uf mem
ory and nota has been discarded, fiir-m.
perior elements of teaching ami scholor- I
ship. -. f ,
The annual Exercises of the Institu
tion will commence Sunday next, w ith
the Commencement Sermon, and end on
Wednesday evening with the Annual
The moruiiigs and eveulngi of Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday will be occu
pied with the exercises.
Kev. Edward Wadsworlh, 1). D., mi
the Alabama Conference, will preach
the Commencement Sermon at the First
An extended nolle; of the closing ex
ercises and the annual concert, to come
oil' next week, is intended.
KING S OPERA HOUSE.
iir uf h -liinii.ilii in. I i h"p (;...!.. at
I.OI ISVUXK I LOIHlMi STOHK.
DES. DASHIELL & COLLINS
HAVaV ' --suvHtvU iUi.uukIvcj iii the rr
Itt c of Mv"'.:cin mut iiurftcry iu nil it briUM-he.
Titt'j my c ftiiuM al th.-lr otlice ntar the rtiruer of
M:iin nixt Cliuixti ftrmttts. nrxt door Ik P. B. liidf rson's
Tin i'iSiv ffiore, wbon BAtsin'lTMi.ii.ii1ly fnpmjctl.
r will ;.. ip--M;tl .tHfUli"'n t the medical mid emrjrr
ctl nf (he Fy flinl Eji an. I (,Ueie pecutljir
tn tftumii. . r Apl l-3ni
A pHnl stH'k uf Ocul' Furnishing
l.oiMK-.iit bottom pru'sp, :vt
NKII- l ANDKUSON'S.
or i1t.-:r rw Striiic
thr t.outvitte I'nthimx Sti.ti'
ili-j KUig'. era li'jiw.t-. ,
ffl, is solfcitrtl by
ItiMliembrr tliat it is uu-
The largest and most complete stock of
uritits ever exhibited in .lackson. at
1 N KIL 1. AN DICKSON'S.
A lt.iuii.vix. If you wish t purchase
a piano, at a bargain, w hich is guaran
teed to pive satisfaction, inquire at J. ti.
Cisco's Hook f tore, or M 15. J. L., at this
Koehler & BfO. re Wh,.lc,ale
Itutchers, and jiroprieto. -. of the (Jreat
Southern .Steam Sausage Manufactory,
Cairo, Illinois. Tliey are ;cntleuieii of
intepritv, and of liisrh standing ivlieie
tlcyare knowu. Their trad.- in the
tvouth is very larj?e, anil constaiuly in
creasing, giving evidence that their cus
tomer are well pleased with what they
bur from them. Wo snjrirest t our irri
cfj:s to send an order to the above linn,
business house on Sth str -H, l-l ecu
Washington aud Commercial Avenue.-.
For a bargain in all kiln's of Fancy
Articles usually kept iu our drug stores,
call at the Drug house ol Duncan, Keith
& Meriwether. The Trustee is selling
out many articles below cost. Mtne
saved is better than money made.
may L -if.
Full lines Cotton, Gingham and Silk
I'arasols, low for cash at
NEIL 1. ANDEKSON S.
The ailverti.-cr, having lwcn ptiiua
ncntlv cured of that dread disease. Con
sumption, bv a simple remedy, is anxious
t make known trbis lellow sufferers the
means ol cure. To all ho desire it, he
w ill send a copy of the prc-ci iptiou used,
(free of charged, with the direction lor
preparing and using the same, which
ill, v will tin. I a sri;: I Kt lor CossOii--Ttov,
Asthm a, I'.konciii i is. Ac.
Parties wishing th- pi es. i iptiou w.ll
1 Kev.E. A. WJLHN.
l!l lVnii SI., Wiiliaiiisburg, N. 1 .
dee IS Um.
Errors of Vonlli.
I l!.. who sUtlV'll"!
Iroui'Tiervous iNdiility, 1
anil all the ctlects of
tion will, for the
sake ol siiil'cring htimau-
itV, scmllree man wnoo-t , .-s.,
.nil direction fortii iking the simple rcmc
,tv bv which he was cured. Sullcrers
Wishing to profit by the advertiser's ex
rience can .! so l.y addressing in H-rtect
conOde.u,-. JOHN H.tKJDfcN.
42 Cedar St., New ork.
cotton crop are
hunt the county el
Sunday ami Monday la-t were
day-l, and fires were comfortable.
. - - . .
The crop A vegetables, iu city
county, though rather backward, w ill no
doubt be abundant.
Many of our fat citizens say they iu-
i tend to keep cool this summer or "per
spire iu the attempt."
Hemp cravats are gettiug to be riuite
fashionable iu several sections of the
boasted "land of steady habits."
We regret to hear that Mr. Alviu Deu-iii-,
an esteemed citizn of McNairy
couuty, is lying dangerously sick at bis
It has beeu remarked to us by several
of our rural friends, that eating mulber
ries, now ripe, produces sickness in al
mofct every' hiitance.
Many have fCerJ aud admired the beau
tiful octagonal Vuuiuier-hou.se built by
Robert 3!a)n am! set up lit tlie dooryard
of H. H. Curtis.
John Fanch of the IWh district ot this
county has captured 211 ringtailed rac
coons since the 1st or September iat and
i-i now wailing for the neitcooii crop.
The late rains have been of great bene
fit to heat, aud the farmers of the couu
iruewmUduite a good crop of that
i-f.nt cereal. Manv crops are almost
ready foj the cradle.
One bottle of Conley'a Flnkl w ill pre
serve twelve gallons of Fruit, and only
CTrynn one etolW., IiiivUuua accom
pany each tottle. For sale at the. Drug
store of Dr. . I. T Jones. tf
.; We hear as yet of but Jew of our citi
zens who intend to travel north, or visit
the mountains or watering pla ;s this
summer. Better stay a home money is
too .scarce, and health Is . good enough
Last Saturday we received from Mr.
Moses Hardin, a farmer living iu the
forks of tlia Forked Deer river, near
Harrisburg, in this county, the first cot-tori-square
of the season, which be says
grew upon his farm.
tin refereinse to our candidate' depart
ment it will !n seen that Mr. M, Crooni
is a candidate for Trustee of Madi.-on
county. ' Mr. C. is well and favorably
know n, aud If elected would make a com
pctcut and reliable olliecr. He was called
iilMin through the columns of the N't a to
be a candidate. :
Duo on Tuesday evening, in this city,
little) Florence Hamilton, (laughter of Dr.
F. B. and Mrs. D. Hamilton; aged about
Thus another fair. By Idol has fallen by
that dread icouocliust, diptheria. She
walked alone on flowers here, and she
had no need to wash her feet to stand
before her God.
The splendid flouring and grist mill of
Mr. J. F. Latham, outfitted with one of
I. A K. Greeuwald's superior cnginesand
a faultless run of stones, will commence
oHrations to-day. It is one of the very
best mills iu Tennessee, and the exp?ri
enced smd cmnpeteiit proprietor dwlares
that,' lioth iu genera! aud in detail, Ids
business shall be so conducted that !io
one shall have just cause of complaint.
Mr. J. W. N. r.urWett has laid ou our
table a bone, such ns Is found iu a loin
beet :tenk, with an Irish wtato growing
thronjvh anil completely tilling the hole
once rilled by marrow. Such ncciiienla
will sometimes happen lu the Ik-si regu
Jackson has now a tlaily paper "The
.Mokm.no Stak" neatly irinted aud edit
ed with ability. Mr. N. D. Macon is a
practical printer, who learned the mys
tery of the "art of arts" iu this city;
whilst Moreau Brewer, the editor, once
Itefore on the tritHKl in this city, is well
known for the sound logic and grao-ful
diction of his contributions to the pres.
As for us, we hopo The Morning Star
may continue to shine until Arcturus,
Sh ins, the sweet sister 1'Ieiade.s, and all
the stellar hosts of heaven shall lie ob
scured by the smoke of our burning
As we were walking up Main street
near the corner of Church, two lieauti
ful young ladies, beneath whose feet a
violet would scarcely bend, to whom the
spirit" of Beauty' seemed to have given
that wa within her own bright ccs
lus,' aud tu whose carriage she had im
parted "grace like the play of the least
visible tissue of a cloud," passed us, and
we heard one remark to tlie other: 4'I
don't like mocking-birds." She was the
first lady we ever heard express dislike
of the sweet mimic of our groves, our
sardens, and our wildwootls. It was on
last Wednesday that we heard those rosy
lip pronounce dislike of "the silver
fliroatcd Kosignol." A sweeter singing
bird was never decried by sweeter lips.
Poor "wanderer of ths upper deep 1" .
-L. 33. IIOSS,
OJKce 4-J -V'tia street, over Dunran, Kc'th it
' '" " .WenVetAer lrny Ston,
Jray AH work trarreuted. merSO-ly
, Wanted, A Partner,
Iu the Motel business, to run the large
brick at clls, the best stand on the iine,
and can lie rented cheap, l'arlner with
family preferred, also one to attend to
the collecting, and furnish half. Small
capital only required for further par
ticulars apply inimediatelv, at Hells', to
may 20-lt M. .1. WEBB.
Call at the old stand of J. S. Chiles, ou
Main street, aud see liow cheap goods are
HORACE W. TO.MI.iN,
May 273t Trustee.
Centennial and Croquet Slip(er, for
Ladies, at NtiL 1". Asheksos's.
Waltkr A. Wood's Harvesting Ma
chines are unquestionably the best for
roaping and mowing purjoses, of any
thing yet brought out, and his self-rake
Keaper Is a model of perfection In Its
line, w inning more honors aud first pre
miums, in the various field trials, than
all other machines combined. Messrs.
Baits & Francis Invito attention to
these Machine), now on hand at their
Mammoth Hardware House ou Liberty
Mrs. McLean & Daughter.
These ladies are well known in Jack
son ami vicinitv, as tAsty and f.iohiona
ble Milliners. They have recently receiv
ed one of the most "elegant assortments of
good lu their line ever brought to this
market. The following articles are now
on cxhibilism, and the ladies are invited
to "ill and examine tlietn, viz :
Itcauliful aud fashionable Hits, pure
Gimpure Lace, pure I-ice Collars, orna
ments and trimmings of all kinds. Neck
Ties, Kottches, Collars antl Cutis, Thread
anil French Iices, and a complete assort
ment of I-ulies Furnishing tJoods. If
the ladies have not supplied themselves
with their Spring outfits, a rare opportu
nity is now offered at Mrs. Mclean A
Daughter's, ou Main street. ap
Wanted to , exchange Dry tloods for
Couuty Warrant ou a fair cash basis by
NEIL 1 ANDERSON.
Makrieu la Culleoka, Maury county-,
Tennessee, on Wednesday, June 7, 107's
Mr. R. B. Williams, of Jackson, Tenn.,
and Misj LuU O. Grant, of Culleoka.
We congratulate our friend on this step
upward. He has found In Ills loved and
lovely bride a prize more precious than
Golconda's gems or the gold of Ornius or
of I nd. To him may she ever
"Be the rainbow to the storms of life, '
The evening beam that tniilcs the
And tiiiM to-morrow with prophetic
Diet. At the residence of Mrs Cocl
lin, iu the city of Jackson, Tenu'.; on
Saturday, June 4, 1675, Mrs. Elizabeth
At the residence of 3Ir. R. E. Hopier,
in Jackson, Tenn., on Monday, June 5,
IS7, Mrs. Ann Mizell. Ih-ceased came
to Jackson, Tenn., from Jackson, Mis..,
in the vaia l'e of recovering her healtli-
Jobi. T. Stark, K-'i aud lady, return
ed from a long visit to Texas onTlitiis-
day last, f ! j ' '
AVf liava in store a large lot of Bulk
Meats, Bacon, Breakfast Bacon, Magno
lia Hams, and choice leaf lard, which will
be sold low to the trade.
. DUKE it WISDOM.'
Fon Sheriff. Bascom It. Eiggs an
nounces himself for Sheriff of McNairy
county. Mr. Riggs is a young gentle
man of line business tact and ipialiiica
tiotis, and is competent to discharge the
duties of his olliee. He proposes to meet
the sovereigns ii person at au early day,
and to puth a vigorous canvass.
Mlssiks. 'Tvlku A, Haiiskss. ItiU is a
wide aw ake firm," and evinces the fact by
a renewal of their advertisement iu this
. Kcvk' l9.-nu. .Their lie of eory;.-bex
ccllcut, and they have apjoiiiitei reliable
agents at Utflerent depots lPg the rail
roads, bv' 'which the y" 'can Jiupply the
wants ofihtirl enstomers. Ve can en
dorse them as worthy of confidence.
The Examination of the classes f the
male dejiartBient of the public school, at
present connected with the Preparatory
Department of the Southwestern Baptb
University, will take place tit the College
buiiding. on Thursday aud Friday, tlie
15th aud lUth instanL . . r . ,
Prize declamation of the studeuts will
t;.ko place "at the Baptist Church . at 1
o'clock i". m., Friday the Kith In.-t.
T. J. DEUPREE,
I"i im ijsil t 1'rejMiratory Iiepartnient
It seems that beep-raising is not eu-
"tircly neglected in Madison county, Mr,
J. H. Gregory, a thoroughgoing citizen
and excellent farmer has a buck, lotight
of Moore it Kxiun, that he shearetl this
spring, ut the age of one year, getting six
pounds of washed,'.dricd, clean wool
This Is a large yield foi a yearling. The
ire of this buck, u Southdown, .-beared
last year and year before 15 iou!Mis woe!
gross. Mr. Gregory's young buck is half
Southdown and half Cotswold. The old
fields, of this county, whereon, as Gov.
Wise said of Wood county, Virginia,
"the sedge-patchea shine like silver iu
the sun," would make fine pastures for
sheep, and we hoiss souio day to see them
used for the purpose.
CONLFT'S LtlD, W ITHOfT M'UAR (H
Air-Tiuht Cans. Don't fail to call at
the Manufactory, on lloyal Ureet, near
tlte .Southern Express of Hue, or at Dr. J.
T. Jones Drugstore, on Main street,
fur sale at
Fans, . Centcuiial ( .'omits
NEIL 1. AN DICKSON'S.
Notice to Debtors.
All persons indebted to Keith !fc Viu
ceut and Duncan, Keith & Meriwether
may expect to find their accounts in olli
cc rs hand's if not paid within ten days or
some satisfactory arrangement-, made
with the Trustee. Mr. W. T. Kogcis
has the claims and is authori.".:xl to re
E. S. MALLOKY, Trustee.
June lUth, ltj75. x
We had a conversation with an obi farm
tr on Sunday last, iu w hich we sjioke of
sending negroes to school. The old gen
tleman remarked that it would do the
race no good. He said the young race of
negroes only imbibed the idea from
schools that they were as good in all re
spects as the whites) and that it would be
beneath their di'jiiiUt to do a:iy kinds of
service for the white man that the'w hite
man would not do for himself. He fur
ther said, that only those nrroes reared
in slavery have any true respect for
w hite people, and that that class of ne
groes only will work. This thing of
tilling white people for the schooling of
negroes i a yaukce device that w ill, if
not checked, work the ruin of the nation.
Let w ise minds reflect,' said he.
Catuit. On Wednesday night (lat,
we saw a party approach C, H. Brown,
asking a question : "Are fiddle-strings
made of catgut?" There were five men
of the party four against one. The one
stoutly contended that the strings were
manufactured of feline entrails; While
the four insisted they were not made of
that material. , The one siiid he had seen
persons catching and killing cats iu order
te get material for tlie manufacture of
strings; but agreed that Mr. Brown
should decide the controversy; and that
gentleman said sheepgut, not catgut, was
tiiC word that the iiglitscoluvcd strings
the sort in highest favor iu Ameriva
arc made of the entrails of the spring
lamb the dark ones of those of the old.
sheep the latter being strongest. Like
the "solitary and alone ' gentleman in
the controversy, we have learned sowe
thin: for, until he was undeceived, we
believed strings for the violin were taken
from the abdomen of "poor pussy."
Well, "Live and learn" Is still our inotio
luiriicularly the lirs.t jmrt of it.
Celebration ef St. Jehu's Day.
- k e ei ,
SHIM relay, Jane .M.
The above, celebration w ill take place in
this city on Saturday, June 2-illi, under
the auspices of Jackson Lodge No. 4o,
and St. John's Lodge No.3.'li, F. A A. M :
At 10 o'clock a. in., a Oraud 1'rocessiou
will form at Masonic ltali, headed by the
Jackson Silver Cornet Band, in w hich we
liojic all Master Masons, lu good stand
ing w ill participate. .
Jackson Cominaudv-iy No. 13, Knights
Templar, iu full Templar dress, will act
The 1'rocessiou will move from Masou
ic Hall to Chester street; up Chester t
Koynl : up Koyal to Main ; down Main to
Liberty ; up Liberty to Lafayette; down
Lafayette to Market; down Market to
King's Opera House, where,
AT 11 O'CLOCK,
Right Worshipful A B Jones,
Jm ier tlraai W eirel r m ot Tenn.,
WILL DELIVER AX AVDSES.S.
At 12 o'clock the officers elect of Clinton
Chapter, No. 0, R. A. M., and Jackson
Commandery No. 13, Knights Templar,
w ill le install d.
It is requested that where it is conve
nient visitors will bring their proper
Kailroads will make the usual conces
sion iu rates to visitors.
The public generally are respectfully
invited to be present on the occasion
Jno. Chester, Jas. O'Connor, J. C.
Smith, Jr., Com. Jukiou Lodge No. 43.
W. F. Henry, T. C. Muse, J. C. Fybas,
Com. of St. John's Lodge No.
W. F. Henry, Jas. O'Connor, R. A.
Sueed, Com. of Clinton Chapter.
On Friday night of last week a train on
the .New Orleans, St. Iouis and Chicago
railroad, of wlu'ch II. Marshall was con
ductor and L. Wagner engineer, ran one
side of its locomotive's piitt against the
head of a man lying too near the track,
killing him instantly. The Coroner held
an impiest over the body. Tlie jury con
oJsUxl of J. W4 Foster, T. J. Fry, Wm.
I'ualy, James F. Uadaway, A. C. Shelton,
Lewis Bradley, and Isaac Lewis; and, as
written by a spectator and handed us, the
verdict is as follows:
.STATE OF TENNESSEE.)
: ' Maiiox CorxTT,
June 3, 1876.)
An inqiie.-t was held by me over the
remains of a person unknown, at the
Ceutral DeMt, Jackson, Tennessee, and
the verdict of the jury wan that he came
to bis death by being strut k on the head
by the locomotive. JOHN L. FRY,
j ,' ' . Coroner.
There were found oil ami near the r.sad
man, one shirt, one pair of pants, f 5.35
money, a fcar of soap, a piec of tobacco,
and a sjsool of thread. Qi'Mt to the UAy
e.f rTH np'y Irnttlt. Ileath had been in
it, jK'Chaps. We heard it said that on in
arm of deceased, in India iuk, were, the
letters "1 (;.' We also heard.it said
that he was a carpenter and liis name
C. A. Bkowx and A. T. Dashiklu are
the two liouorable names we omitted
from tie list of graduate of the South
western Baptist University iu the col
umns of our last week's issue not that
thev were forgotten, for these youii
men made $iecthes that entitled them to
be remembered by us and our people un
til the Commencement shall, to their own
minds evar seem an incident of the dis
taut past. They gave utterance toseuti-
uieuts that stamp them as young: men
of the hebit of thought a habit that
must make rhcuf useful men of the world
blessings to their fellow-men. We take
the liberty ef quoting a few extracts
Mr. Brown, In sisstiking ou the theme of
"Moral Influence In Government," says
"Christianity needs no national jtatrcu
to defend it. it docs not stand before
brave men to beg for quarters, make
confessions-, and ask for compromises; it
only asks for an open field and fair con
test. . It Is a truth widen our
eople must learn, that public virtue is
the oH-pring of private morality.
It is unnecessary to plead incentives, to
morality. irtue is its own reward.
utit tlie nope or tins country is in a re
turn of the penjte to their ancient integ
rity, ami fidelity to true moral prlnci
Mr. Dashiell in bis beautiful addresg
uion the "The Lesions of a Hundred
"Veers," among other grent truths, euun
ciatcd the following:
"The philosophy of government which
resulted in independence and thu fctruut-
tion ot tne l mou is, that governments
are or ought to be, iiistitutued and ad
ministered for the preservation and pro
twtion of Individual sights. These prin
ciples ami constitutions were silouced by
tlie t ivil war. Thar are not dead but
sleeping. The idea. of a true constitu
lionai government is still fresh and vig
orous, anrt tf cull i vat et! and cherished by
an utiseiiisu patriotism, they will still live
on, ami by their presence ami influence
preserve American institutions through
countless ages yet to conie,' - t
.Tho aililrcsses of both Mr. Dashiell and
Mr. Brown were well received by the
crowded audieuce tuat heard them; and
the young speakers had smiles from wo
man' eyes and flowers from woman's
hand;) in tokeii of appreciation, i May
each one realize the fair promise he lias
given iu the commencement of his ca
reer, for lioth now promise to become
useful and distinguished men.
tVrn.p.initeece Whig attd Tribune. . .
Cloking Kxercisf f PinseM High School.
Crops, (ieaeral Items, Ac.
I'.sso.v, Maiiox Coi'ntv, Texx..
Saturday, June 3,187t.
Mi. 'art. Editon:
Yesterday aud day before were occu
pied with the examinations and closing
exercises of the High School here, for the
first session of this year. A large num
ber of people attended, and manifested
in well Interest and satisfaction. At the
closing concert and exhibition last night,
about one thousand icrsous were present.
Pinsoii High School opened under the
present management lu Nov., 1873, has a
board of Trustees, live in number, with
A. S. Kogers, an Influential and energet
ic citiy.eil as I'resident. - There are four
teachers, l'rof. J. C. Wright, President
or Principal; MUs Christina. Richardson,
Teacher iu instrumental and vocal mu
sic; Mrs. E. C. Wright, Teacher in draw
ing, painting, ornamental work, Ac, and
Mr. B. T. Richardson, Assistant iu Liter
ary department. 5. '2
l'rof. Wright is yet a young man, tho'
lie has many years experience In success
ful teaching. He received a thorough
education, closing his course at Lexing
ton University, Ky., and Is a native of
(iibson county, Tenn. Walnut Grove
Seminary in that county was conducted
by him for seven years since the war,
and In 1872-73 he had charge of Milan
College one year. . He is a progressive,
energetic teacher, and his schools are
popular. The school at Pinson has had
over on hundred scholars the past ses
sion, about sixty girls and forty boys.
Each scholastic year siucc it opened, Nov.
1873 over one hundred scholars have
been recorded, and these are from the im
The school building is one story, capa
cious, anil would admit 1M ar more pu
pils, is iu shape of an L, has four large
rooms or hails, and one or two small
rooms, piazzas. Ac. " It is well supplied
with desks of the best model, and otLe
conveniences. Before the next session
closes it is intended to furnish the Insti
tute with apparatus for illustration in
tronomy, and also Chemistry, aud oth
er valuable improvements will be added.
Of the boys six or seven were In the
higher languages and branches of learn
ing, and they are reported as proficient
in their studies. They are young' inen
nearly grow n, and their speeches Friday
night were remarkable fwr good delivery,
;ise and grace iu enunciation, and for
good scu-e aud eluHnenra iu. tlo euUjtict.
matter. Some of these speeches were
original, and showed profound thought
hardly to be expected from persons so
oung. But we see plainly that grown
boys now feel the need of education, and
go to school for the good of It. They
learn more, and learn faster, than boys
in the olden lime, their young minds
have caught the impulse of the age, and
they are trained to the necessities of the
times sooner. And the method of teach
ing is so much more advanced now, in
struction imparted iu greater variety,
and know ledge presented in a hundred
new ways. Since facilities are so much
greater we need not feel surprised at
greater results. '
Among the original efforts, secial no
tice may be made of (schools, (in their
national or general character and effect)
by A. J. Croom, rich in idea; E fleet of
Time, by B. T. Richardson, able aud
chaste in thought and expression ; De
fects of the South, by W. R. Ripley; and
also Vanity of Human Pride, by C. K.
Raiucy, the easiest, be-t aud most dis
tinct declainier of the occasion. Of the
girls fifteen or twenty are uearly grown,
and several of these read original compo
sitions, and others declaimed, recited or
read selections. Miss Auna Mays and
Miss Lucy Cherry read original composi
tions, that would do credit, both in the
reading and discussion of the subject, to
older heads. Miss Sallie Itaiuey, and
several others whoe names we did not
get, jierforiued their reading and other
exercises very welli 3
Friday night's entertainment lasted
from "'j p. m. to 12, and was a pleasing
i aud constant variation of speech, dia
logue, mtifle, charade, comedy, singing
iu character, recitations, Ac. Seii-e, wit,
burlesque, learning, piety, music and
sweet soug followed each other iu rapid
alternation. The programme embraced
too much, jierhaps, lor the space of time
allowed. The dialogue and comedy act
ing throughout, was far superior to mo-t
of similar erfornianccs rendered by
school children. There was a willing
earnestuess aud pride on the irt of these
vounsr scholars, for each to act well his
part. Mo-t young folks arc - timid and j
e-Vily tot fused that tUasc performance j
at Pinsou High School reflect much cred- ;
it on the care aud training given by l'rof.
Wright and bis teachers.
Among tlie variety of xwn-, one wa
announced in which would be represent
ed the Belles of 1 'in son aud Henderson.
Every one cxiccte'd to sec two lcautiful
ly dressed 3"oung ladies, with all the ac
companying charms, Ac. Bnt w hen the
curtain rose out stepped two rebut
ymiug Americans,, with Vlls in one or
both hands, which they rung to their ut
most deafening caput ity. Joue ringer had
huoatotl, sleeves rolled up, and wji.li
both hand, aud all his might, gae his
huge tell a terrible circular motion. He
ruug to such a regular drum-U-at time
and loudness, that the most pompous
bell rattler, of the moat pomiious railroad
dinner-house from New Orl.aus to Chi
cago, would have quit the business in dis
gust. If he had beeu lere Friday night.
The examinations on text lxoks and
studies closed before noon Friday, als
declatuatious aud performances of small
er scholars. At noon a boun toons basket
dinner was spread by the patrons of the
school, and the large crowd feasted on
good tMngs. - "
Justafter dinner Mr. i. L. Bullock, of
Jackson, the arator of the day was intro
duced. He Is a fl neat and impressive
speaker, and gives fair promise of being
ranked at nodistaut day, among the n:t
eloquent of our State. Ills address at
Pi&son was lunch complimented. Many
of his sentences were models iu pathos
and eloquence of language. Iu his re
marks he inadit notice of teachers and
their memory In a manner not usual in
sneh discussion heretofore.' "He spoke of
tlie great honors paid to warriors, ixm-i
statesmen, Ac., and the proud slif;
erected to their memory or the richly
carved marble, or enduring bronze, to
display their forms and record their vir
tues.: But no monument wa erected to
the school teacher, whose work was
greater than theirs, and w hose life and
usefulness were stamped 011 geuerations
of youthful minds. ' iris comparisons of
the duties and destiny of the teacher,
with those of the so-called great of earth,
warpeculiarly Lappy."' Mr." Bullock is
easy aud distinct In public speech, and
we would be glad to hear hiin frequently.
Mr. Wright delivers lectures on tlnj sci
ence once' In every two weeks, to ad
vanced pupils.' Book-keeping i taught,
and also vocal music to male aud female.
aud popular and national songs are used
as well as sacred pieces. This teaching
of singing is certainly a most valuable
improvement. His textbooks are divi
ded in two or more courses iu everv
branch. The beginners have their easy
books atid primers iu all studies, aud tber
advanced classes study iu the larger
books. Geography is principally tautrht
by map-drawing. Black board exercises
are constant nd apply to all studies.
High moral character, and proper deport
uicdl are rigiuiy ctijouicu, anil tlie sys
tem of tlie school seems to be a practical
one, and to instruct in any way the most
easy aud efl'ectire. -- Receptions and cou-
certs are given once a month, and review
of studies at end of each week. The discip
line is good, aud Mr. Wright uses the
switch v. hen he thinks necessary.
The school, which embraces all chur
ches and deiiuiuinatioim, draw SJOO a
session from the Peabody fund, and aiso
gets its distributive share of the public
school fund. The community sc-eiu de
voted to tlie school, and are u ailed iu Its
support, and the Institution is worthy
their pride aud effort.
Pinson is on the Mobile aud Ohio R. It.
twelve miles South of Jackson, has some
half doze u stores, ouo hotel, two church
es (Methodist and Baptist) and some five
hundred population. There arc thick
settlements of w ell-to-do farmers, aud the
laud Is fertile and high-priced. In a good
business season 1,200 to 1,400 bales of cot
ton are bought and shipped from Pinsou.
The crops at present are iu good condi
tion, and farm work is perhaps better ad
vanced than usual. The Forked Deer
river runs nearby, and two or three
miles eastward are the noted Pinsou
Mounds, those mysterious remains of the
Mississippi Valley that puzzle science
and history to account for. These mounds
are uiade-hilis or huge piles of earth,
many feet high, though formerly niucli
higher, and a half clreleof breat work,
located several yards away, seems to en
close them. Mount Pinson was the resi
dence of an old citizen of this neighbor
hood, and a voting precinct wa-i estab
lished there many years, and when the
railroad was built the dt'iot opposite
Pinsou became Pinson. s
CLri'ei-lMleace Whig 4 Tribuae.)
Xila College CUsing or the Session.
Btiiue Railroad Ea'.dlitlrit-Wheat-Items,
M ILAX. GlBSO.V COfX'I v, Tixx.,
Wednesday, June 7th, lS7(i.
Last week the classes of Milan College
passed examination?, and Monday and
Tuesday thisn eek closed the ceremonies.
Last night, diplomas' were awarded to
graduates, aud a varied entertainment
rendered of dialogue, comedy, essays,
music, charades, etc. Several -hundred.,
persons were present, and also Monday
night to witness exercises of the smaller
scholar. ' One youugman, Tho. Jack
sou, and one young lady, Misj Alice
Sims, graduated this term. The school
has averaged about sixty-live (cbnlars for
the. acteiutt, of all ge, ami about etjant
number of boys and girl. Prof. W. II.
Gladney Is Principal, and Miss Mattie
Wilie and Miss Disste Wilie, Assistants.
Prof. Giadncy is a graduate of the Uni
versity of Ala-, and has beeu teaching
ever since the war, though he has been
here only one year. The Misses Wilie
were educated at .Aberdeen Female Col
lege, Mlsa. The scholars are nearly all
from Milan and vicinity, and are classi
fied In Senior, Junior, Sophomore aud
Academic classes. This College is a char
tered Institution, and governed by a
Board of Trustees, of which W. B. Dick
inson is President. The building is a
two story brick one, was erected in 18UB,
and cost 1 10,000, but lias no library, ap
paratus, tc. Rates for tuition $-J to $1 a
month. Milan ha In paat year been no
ted for its educational enterprises, but
denomiuatioual disagreements among the
church people, aud the general stagna
tion in business, have very much de
creased the zealous interest in the Col
lege and schools. Last night several of
the speeches and recitation., and alio di
alogues ere good. One comedy piece,
cntitlod "Twenty minute for Refresh
ments," aud rendered by eight charac
ters, wras pronounced very amusing and
well gotten up. Another school here
numbers fifty or sixty, and there arc oth
er private schools. Prof. Gladney ap
pears to be a fine sc holar, and an indus
trious aud successful teacher.
Milan has a population of l.uOllor more,
is dull now, but was very active in busi
ness two or three yoars ago. ft then
bought and shipped 4,000 bait s of cotton
or more. The place is on elevated or hil
ly laud, has good water, and being at the
junction of tiic Memphis A Loui-villa I
railroad, with the N. O., St. L. A C. R. !
R., has railroad Ticiiitie equal to any (
town 111 the Slate. The lir-t hmic was
built there ill 1 ."i;t, an. I when tinie-i get
prosperous again Milan will grow as rap
idly a any tow 11 in West Tennessee.
There are many good brick stores and
brick dwelling, and other buildings
)euiitifiil and well arranged, and a good
fanning, country lie all around. The
Milan Hotel, In- .Mr. Duffy, afford every
comfort, is r&oiny, clean and near the
railroad. .Mr. Holt's carriage factory
employ sixteen bauds, and turns out
four or live new buggies and two new
w. i gmis. a mouth, besides a large amount
of repairs, aud Hue undertaker's work.
Wheat is reported excellent, anil is now
being harvested. Cotton is also good,
and crop pro--ects generally flue,
v ! ' ' VISITOR.
Thousands of Republicans w ould Vole
for TiMon Bs oppord ,t almost any other
prominent Itepublicau a irant than
Bristow, aud Democrat . all over the
country would vote lor Bristow should
their own party nominate a man less dis
tinctively associated with the work of re
form. The great mass of independent
voters would vote for either of thee
candidates should but one be placed in
lion 1 in a; ion. S;in Francisco Call. Rep.
The 1U1 Frails r Wrak BifrMiun.
There is no pathological fact more
clearly ascertained than that the must
formidable pha-es of uervons di-casc arc
directly tracealiie. to impufcct digeetion.
Insomnia, with it train of direful con
sequences, proceeds more frequently from
weakness of the stomach than from auy
other cause. Mere sedatives are power
less to Hire nervousness, and eoou ceac
to palliate its symptom. The true' way
to strengthen the nervous system is to in
vigorate the digestive and assimilative
ornii.-j upoi. v,!.u-e .inn'' nu-ied action
its equilibrium is ab.soIi.tcly dependent.
The daily ' use ot listener's. Stomach
Bitters will do snore to brace and soothe
the weakened and irritative nerves, and
induce sound, refreshing sleep nature's
grand calholicon than all the so-called
nervines to be foand in the pharmaco
poeia or out" of it. . A wineglassful of
the Bitter should le taken liefore each
meal. . ''''; it
Is Tour Life Worth 10 Cent-!
Sickness prevails every where, and cve
rj'lHwly complains of some diseae during
their life.. When ick, theobj-H-t is to
get well; low to si-.y -l.ihi'y that no per
son in this wor!.', that 1 ifi-ring with
lypi'psia, Liver 0inp:..i:;t and its ef
fects, such as Ind:gcslioii, Costiveuess,
Sick Headache, .Sour Stomach, Heart
Su.-n, palpitation of the Heart, Depress
ed Spirits, Biliousness, Ac, can take
Green's August Flower without geting
relief and euri. , if you doubt this, go
to Xeely & Pybas aud get a Sample Bot
tle lor 10 cents aud try it.' Regular size
73 cents. . Two doses w ill velieve you.
We are authorized to announce Col.
Jno. M. TaYi.ois, of Heudeisou countv.
a a candidate to represent the Sth Dis
trict iu Congre s--.'
' ' FOR SHERIFF.
.We arc authori-1 t unnoti,'ce M.i.f. E.
A. Clark,. a a catnlUtato lor Sheriff of
MadLsou county, at tlie flection iu Au
gust uexU , "
We arc authorized to .iijiiottnce T. L.
IvKNDun k as a candidate tor Shcrill' uf
Madi-oti rotinly, at the election iu Au
We arc ate authorised to announce Jas.
Amos a a candidate for Sheriff of Madi
son county, at the ensuiug election in
We are authorized to uimiMiiice Jonx
II. Fiif.i.tso a a candidate for Slicrift of
Madison county. Election 1st Thursday
iu A u;;. i-t next. t
We are authorized to announce Jamkm
M. McKeiK as. a caiididalu for tliu il:ic,i i.
'i'rustee of Mailison county.' Election lot
Thursday in ArjgUsX, next. !'
We are iitithori.ed to announce W. II.
FaiuaM a candidate for tlie ottice of Trus
tee of Madisou county, at the ensuing
election In Au-jut next. f
We an; authorized to announce Mr. M.
Croom a candidate for the olliee of Trus
tee of Madison county. .Election first
Thursday in August,
We are authorized to announce W. H.
P.HfTos as 11 candidate for the olliee of
Regiter of Madisou county. Election
1st Thursday in August next.
We are author! need to announce Atiia
TiioVa.s as a candidate for Register of
this county. Elcctiou first Thursday in
Wc are authorized to anuounce. John
W. Ci.nK.HA candidate for the otlice of
Register of Madison county. Election
first Thursday In August.
AVe are authorized to announce W. F.
Boiii ti a candidate fut Constable of the
loth district, at the ensuing election in
August. . -
We are authorized to annouuee W. M,
May a candidate for Constable in this,
tho 15th district. Election first Thurs
day iu August.
1 1 ac1 orison Co iiuty.
- FOR TRUSTEE.
We are authorized to announce J. X.
Teagte as a candidate for the oflice ot
Trustee of Henderson county. Election
li-t Thursday in August next.
We ure authorized to anuounce It. W.
SrtiWAitT a a candidate for the ollicc of
Sheriff of Henderson county. Election
li-st Thursday in August n:xt.
' . ... FOR SHERIFF.
We arc authorized to announce Jiin J.
FiiANKLix as a candidate for the otiice of
Shcrill of McNairy county. Election first
Thursday in August licit.
" We are authorized to announce Tl:f
Max Tl iixKisas a candidate for the oflice
of Sheriff of McNiiry county. Election
first Thursday in August next.
We are authorized to announce Ham oil
R. Kii;. a camlidate for Sheriff of Me
Nairy couuty. at the . i-usuaia Augui
A Large StocV New aud Noa'cI.
Kcady - 3Iadc Dresses
For Eadica and Children
EOOTS AUD SHOES,
Hats for Ladies and Men
Heady - Made. Clothing
vtock will be sold a lo
4 all and examine.
Robertson L Botts
01 k Bons
J. If. DUKE.
DUKE tSs WISDOM,
"Wholesale and Retail
Liberty Street, Opposite Parker Block,
Jackson, - - Tennessee.
CBfCall r.nd examine Stin k and l'l he.-. .
. (SUCCilSSon TO
lorLlX'S BLK.'K, MAIN' STREET,
N. B. IK. W. fJlIMK
of the PRESCRIPTION
T. J. BARNES.
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bell be ree.tr et ell limn t tilturtliv.
I l reeily tir He In e wivrt Heir.
AT1T1 HEP TTtXIJO
vnrnttm hraiu !itrof bttcHi'. r ivri-f lt ctv i?-'ii;ij.j( ui.n-ilv iu .if.rt Mii.laiut.ik.
lnler it-(t ut our haMnox t atil, t,r th AN atlt A flrn, or -fi. i t'eid will r.enr prompt ait-i,t.on.
n.erij-ti. TlVIOilCsS .t U3lPIILirrT.
THE PLACE TO BUI VOUR HARDWARE!
THE 0 DEST FIRM IN THE CITY!!
il. H. AUDESSOn ;& CO.,
The Largest Dealers in tlie City lu
IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
Marbleized and Enameled f.lantles,
Also Manufacturers id' and Wholesales and Kctuii Dealer, in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE,
Heim.r n-l Ceokmir TOV KS .4 lite ni4 )t'r,'vrtl 'U. levi.i.ti luli'l. AI-mi OKATKS uf eiery 4rip
Uiu. Uui.e Yuiu.ohiug (hmmI . iu r niili-ai rtr.t- y sliti e ciill'lr'e esMrttnrlit vt
GIjAO J3 .rT3D
Tlte tirnrioti tf it vt -hu Ik ryrliiUf dirr'inl
CDaC 3 3 jfcL JTt 11 X
A 3d Fartnrr U llic uurivalrJ AMrtitft.t ot
AI.O A0KX1S KOIt TI1K ULLI.BIiATEU
STUDEBAKER VV A C O XI .
frV llnlr.-. f Btl-ry and A rnotlt LT-I lrfrtuit. ynETH K1IC K TTIB it' IKffAKr. T.n Kin-
tiiLaiorT, Move, fltjui)tal 1-wTutruaif iaer Ki, .iiNti atfl uti'titwire. Klc, k-ct, at H. U. AMJl' tiSUN'S CUd
Atai. 1, u the L'oriur ol
Cliurch and XIain Streets,
C. V LA.M'IS.
LAN DIS, BURNELL & CO.
XDUU lurir-, nf all lh Latcal R'jle ol
All fieairing in ih'.r liuc done at rev-unable rales aud tn murknauliKt BiAQiter.
Vll "W orlt
IMPORTANT TO Jill II ! !
A Business Education Affords the Shortest
Koad to Success,
VrKACTTCAL Hi'-lu.?- KJutiilUn i valiuWe to I be rttitr, Uttchanlr, ArtUaii aittl Lawyer, well u l.ih
Merrhint t.J liaker . lu ibc ?n.-hid Hmv no permit can flurii u du wilbwul it, of ncquirmji tait
The Evansvillc Business College
(rrer 31 atitl Mail; Street. wpxfle rn:n HoUK, Eanvl!e, 1d1.( lij its ciKbin4 iylta of Tljeoiy mmd Actu
al Pracftr, oflern the err b4 advaniff.
The etiuderiit ur q artuaJ curreru-y uti hi li I f Luy. St-IN, thipf, lartf-rf, i'im Irinrninta, Intvurr.
Traw Cbrrk., No!r and l)rt. .iive l,aw. Iri, i Miis bit tuuiley aud drU if bail Actual lietdk, ai4
r-evei throub thtiitire ruutine of A (nal Bu"in-.
Thfe arh'H.I-resxMB 1- elrtrnntlr tlttMi up with McrebatMlirn?. Ji'Mnnr Iinfwrtiup Kttifvr.ame, Railroad a4
Telerra)eta Oltietp. The tut 1 Bwn C tcrm- rn.rtMr cvtr Tb: ry Iifft reut ( lioks. md t"tm owe of tli
rowl TlitTounU im1 Coiupr('hcniiv ( uiire, .. KiuiJy rvrr ntrodiic.-d iin auy l;uiiut-M l!f)Hf in the nmntrf.
il titi lor buniue!; it tua-be.i prri-f crari'e and eil-cmirol ; tt ls.-lfif habit ol eitera-f nn4 lDAiusrT. It i )n
the cre ot ciudy Ut tvrr vutintr man who mould cnurr mcvrn :n any djartirifiu C I iff. it uk young
wen otivtnK ami cuutldest tn ibvir uu alt.lit!tf. li ciute ibnu it f,1' 0 ppinuuit.e j tbt-jr btlvr tben.Be.rca,
auH thu l-at ou t Honor, lnie antl 4llii.fi.
Thr TI'-srraj.h IVpartm-'iit )s cuife. ait'i ba ''trv r'H.uTt:ijr irilh the eitv Tft-Jtra h ffle. fberebr af-for-l.r.
He bt f-ilit.e r leariilnir the rt i a nbert Uuw. -'Ui.jr EitrD tul JadMea in our vicirtity wuuld do
well t tDd and qualify tbemt-i vr t take ni'iiafioo ou the batiriMtd.
TfUM-i.-L;'" Shular-bi tm Hu-.nr ( otir-e. ut. Stait'n-ry tot arae, flO; Full Cour lu Tclrjcrapbj. 2S.
Tfetrd inriTT (itr werk V't J'timal i'v.rrrncv, lUitr-?a f.mn..lr., AiiJri-.
KLINEll Jsc "VItIOIIT,
uiarl ly. 'oriier lliird and Main .Stre;U, Evaimville, Ioiiiaiu.
B. 1). No. 1193 In the Chancery side or
the Common Iw and Chaneery Court
of the Couuty of Madisou.
J. A. !-C!eualin ce. W. I. liTe, Traslor. ct
15 th. cju il einenti f-.ia C'u:p!jir.em'e B it
vlitrb i orn l..f thet m-(r.l;itir.. A. P. Bu.b A
h..ne ere Bcn-ridret ol the hlale I Tt-nueesce, eiwl
residruteol Mutitle. AlelielaA.
It t tberrl..re enleir-l ly tlie I'VrV nj Kester thet
eld ! tenrttM. A. F Bc-h A man- their epprer-
wt bnna at ikr t'otrl llmiw :u Ja.k.on, Teuu, i-u
r before Hie
First Monday ia July, lS7i,
nil pleul. ! er or iiortC"top JuneM' B.I', lln:
eatue will be te.en lor t-vufreeed e e Uienu eiid t lr
beer-lnc e perte: elKl tbet e copy , tin. "rU'T D p'
lisbe.1 lor (our enorssive irek. in tie Whit; eite
bane, Dee.paper putiliahed in Jer esoti. Trtib.
f.v M.U Ws.y, I). I.
C. G. B.nd. Sol-rorCoDipl'l.
CC ffOft perderet b..me
sy III e. v
Iree. bll.o Ctl., f'.-tletu!. Maine.
K. I. e. 1I9. In the Chancery iic of
the Common I.' and Cunceiy Court
of tlie Couutr of Mailiso.1. Teut;rr.
U. J. !)r..n i. J L. V
r. r c: i
thi iaue it reari).r ftum rmi.li4iu-tit' T-li,
iitc-h ; teworu thai .l.-fciHint. m- A. Vrrcr
ud F. 1'. Vvrtrr are noii-r '--id-n;i ol ihe Mate vl Ivn
iivsm'. atHl reoldri.ta ut lUe .lat- oC Arkattt. r.U
that thu uait aud reid.-u t the Df I-uUii the
tLildr.mud beirut Adaluit lTiai, dtttaM-d are uu
It l. thrrur rdt-red bylbe(lerk ani la-t-r tht
"'i of Mid IfcreViedniit- nj-ke tbnr arterit v bcr iu l
Cti'jrt Uuuh-, in ihr r;ty vt J-t -'U. T' m , " -f
' "1-re tlie
t Monday In J
lnl i. a.wr or dimu: tu i'ffn4nti!jii
Ifce fcAlltf i,e t;.keii l'r t onf. -cl as lit'
lor li4rii.,. x-iMrte : and thai a r.n.y ..r iin or.(--T br
public. ifl lor (..iir u-f et-iv w-rk- in the Kh:ft ami
Tntmti, a Ue-4pM.r ,uhl:hel to Ja km, T. nt.
1. H W 1SLH1M. l itrrk A r.
fly M L. Vcey, UcpulyC A M.
Job U. liroj, Svl. lur Compriit. u.a7ir.
J. L. WISDOM
JONES A HAYES,)
.ncL JoTotoor n
: Tt Ki n. n rrr.uliialc uud thorough DrugM I,, liar-e
Alun K BRANCHES
!i. ' .1, tutmnrird
llwwikaiail he iVnteln Uie nvleeiul et Iimsi
"TV T"t 1r- i i
a-ev-ew e a .A A v
i-.tj ceuiirjr. r. ere mtiiug m aur 1IKAKSE. nhirk
to lite Utk aitd crr fully trlvrtrd stork vt
C2 3 9 "X"
J. K. LA.M1
Feed and Hitch Stable.
D O VV n ! DOWN!!
W. A. Barnhiil's Stable,
WEST SIDE BHASSOS STREET.
mjl-to JACKSON, TEXX.
Chancery Sale of City Preperty.
In the Chancery Sid of the Common
Law aud Chancery Court of the Couii-
ty of Madison. .
Wm. Slicit-u I J- A. J Be
I. li. Hnu tt i i i-Sbclton, l et.
IX bedirtace u. an iuttrlwcuTory decree entered en
ine 6'b Jar t.t K.-bniarjr. lsT, In the canae of J.
A. i. I? vi. VI m. (.halloa et el., directing let nndr
eiirncd 10 eseceu? lbett.reert the 37tb ol Jmjr, 17.
nile in the tau.Mj ol n. febvlton v. U. H. Herr.n
el at and ordcrir.it re-ale ut aij pn.rrtr, 1 will
st-II at piiblw eu.-ti.-n to tlie biirbesl bidder, el tiie norlb
d.ir ol the Court Uouac tn Jeckeon, Teu.. on
Saturday, June 24th, l!S7C,
. ithin l.-ea". boors e lot or parcel ol (tround Iving lo the
c.l ol Jerkaon, end bounded e tollows, .- it ;
iginiiiu4 el e point eHrre the Mobile el Ohio F 11
lu.difi.xj Uus iy, or CollrKe aueel. run. th.'.-ra
.-t !lb KSitl allt-y l.MI l.-.t ; lLviK:e eoulh lol leet ;
th.-nre east 107 li-.'t : thtwe aoulli 72 lt ; thence ea-:
..m. 1.1 r..nmfl lu Vro. th.-lton be J. M- ke
le't:tbeJre north 17.'. lo tnc bfrmninj. neinr
; A.lniUlltTaUr mill ine in mutsic ol mmry
T.ni ol hale. On emm el i..-. ui. nio.. .
cbaaer to tttcnw note with .piiruvcd eecuntr. fct)
ol redciuoiiuu barred.
D. II WISDtlSt. C
uu7-i. J at. I- Vcav.v. U. C.